Me, You and The World: Introduction to Process Oriented Group Facilitation, Rank Theory and Conflict Work

Me, You and The World: Introduction to Process Oriented Group Facilitation, Rank Theory and Conflict Work

Instructor: Aleksandr Peikrishvili, LCSW, PW. Dipl.

With Irina Feygina (Teaching Assistant)

Saturday and Sunday, January 26-27, 2019 

10:00am-1:00pm, – 2:00pm-5:00pm

This course will:

– introduce and/or refresh a Processwork lens to working and being with groups
– create a space and time where we as a group explore what we are learning by applying it to our experience as a group.

– provide an understanding of core Processwork beliefs of deep democracy and following dreaming process and apply and practice our understanding

Participants can expect to:
– be reminded of what moves us as facilitators and how it shapes our facilitation style
– begin to develop awareness of our and other’s experiences of power and how we use it towards ourselves, others and the world.

 

 

The class will take place in the Big Room at PWI: In-Person only

Course Fee: $240 (Early registration $216 until January 11, 2019)

 

Meet your teaching assistant – Irina Feygina

Irina is completing her diploma studies at the Process Work Institute. She loves the richness and mystery of process oriented ways of facilitating individuals and groups, and is excited to be part of this workshop! Her passion lies in working on the human dimensions of climate change – conflict and cooperation, skepticism and engagement, holding space for embracing deeper personal and community processes around this vast challenge. Irina is a social psychologist by training, and has worked in the government, non-profit orgs, and academia. She hails from NYC.

 

 

Details Price Qty
In-Person - Early Registrationshow details + $216.00 (USD)  
In-Personshow details + $240.00 (USD)  
Winter Intensive Participantshow details + $216.00 (USD)  

  • January 26, 2019 - January 27, 2019
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm